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Mandatory Eight Count: Green-Oganov off, Mora signs with Dunkin

Victor Oganov Injured, Allan Green Fight is Off |
Debunked slugger Victor Oganov (28-2, 28 KO) hurt his shoulder, according to Rick Reeno, and has pulled out of his October 2 fight with Allan Green (28-1, 20 KO). Green is the alternate for Showtime's Super Six World Boxing Classic and was really fighting just to stay busy. The ShoBox card will still be televised, and promoters are doing what they can to find a replacement on very short notice.

With a win, Arreola could become superstar | Yahoo! Sports
Chris Arreola discusses being called fat all the time on the internet.

Sergio Mora signs with Cameron Dunkin | ESPN
Sergio Mora, the "Contender" season one champ and former WBC junior middleweight titlist, left Tournament of Contenders last month and has now signed a deal with manager Cameron Dunkin. He has no promoter just yet, but Dunkin is well-connected. Mora says he wants to fight more.

Kellerman Explains Postfight Skirmish With Floyd | The Sweet Science
Max Kellerman talks about the post-fight confrontation between Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Shane Mosley (and Bernard Hopkins), and why he cut the interview short.

Maloney Fury-ous at board decision | STV Sport
Promoter Frank Maloney isn't happy simply that his fighter, John McDermott, is being given an ordered rematch with Tyson Fury. He's still upset that referee Terry O'Connor isn't being punished at all, and maintains his position as a "Class A Star referee."

Is There a Future for 'the Fight Night Club'? |
Steve Kim looks at the future of Golden Boy's "Fight Night Club" series now that it looks like the slowly-dying Versus Network will be dropping boxing.

Hatton takes first step as a promoter | The Independent
Ricky Hatton returns to the ring Friday as a promoter when he puts on his first televised show featuring his former sparring partner and friend Matt Macklin in a vacant European middleweight title fight in Manchester. Macklin faces Amin Asikainen.

The Associated Press: 'Real Deal' Holyfield tackles global warming
Evander Holyfield has decided to fight global warming, including building a solar farm on his property. Yay! He adds, "I will be the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world. I'm sure I will be champion next year sometime." Ugh.

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